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Andrew Young HBCU Scholarship Program

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Andrew Young HBCU Scholarship Program[edit]

The Andrew Young HBCU Scholarship Program was created with the intention to inspire and support future generations of students to embody the vision and outlook of Dr. Martin Luther King. Jr. This scholarship program will target high school students striving to attend an HBCU (Historically Black College & Universities).[1]

Created by human rights activist and academic Matt Daniels, founder of Good of All, with the idea to advocate and encourage a global perspective that follows in the footsteps and foundation of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and his beliefs.[2] The scholarship is named after Andrew Young, civil rights activist and former Ambassador to the United Nations.[3] The program is administered by the Thurgood Marshall College Scholarship Fund. Major funding has been provided for by McGraw Hill Education.[4]


  1. "Scholarship | MLK Curricula". Retrieved 2023-03-17.
  2. Suggs, Ernie. "Andrew Young, McGraw Hill team up for HBCU scholarship program". The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. ISSN 1539-7459. Retrieved 2023-03-17.
  3. "Andrew Young, McGraw Hill link for new HBCU scholarship program". NBC News. Retrieved 2023-03-17.
  4. "Andrew Young, McGraw Hill link for HBCU scholarship program". Associated Press. 2022-10-29. Retrieved 2023-03-17.

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